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Mallory Valley is named for John Mallory, son of revolutionary war veteran Roger Mallory.  John Mallory moved to Williamson County in 1812 where he met and married Sarah Crocket.  The couple built their home on a 109-acre tract of land and lived there until his death in 1860.  The home burned in 1912 but a springhouse can still be seen on Mallory Lane.

Mallory Valley Utility District of Williamson County was founded in 1966 by Charlie Shipley, James Pewitt and John Curley. At a time when well water was the only option available to residents living outside of the city limits, Shipley, Pewitt and Curley began talking about forming a water utility district with the residents who lived on Franklin Road and Berry's Chapel Road, most of whom were experiencing a scarcity of water. Mallory Valley Utility District began with seventy-five customers.

Today, Mallory Valley Utility District has over 4,800 residential and commercial connections with water purchased from Harpeth Valley Utilities District.

Mallory Valley Utility District is considered one of the fastest growing water utility districts in the state, and has far surpassed the founder's vision to create a self-sufficient utility district.

Our philosophy is to treat all people - our employees, our customers and the people in the communities we serve - with respect, dignity and understanding.  Our focus is on customer service.  If you have a question, comment or concern, please call our office anytime.  We are here to serve you!

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